By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) – The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture released restaurant enforcement actions for January 25-31, 2021.

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Enforcement actions were taken following customer complaints of restaurants not following social distancing, mask requirements, and occupancy limits.

Between January 25-31, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Safety performed 66 inspections, 25 of which were complaint-driven.

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Inspectors ordered three restaurants to close after it was learned they were violating the COVID-19 mitigation orders put in place by the health department.

Among those ordered to close was VFW #7812 on Water Street in West Newton, Westmoreland County.

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A county-by-county breakdown of COVID-19 enforcement actions can be found on the Department of Agriculture’s website.